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Immigration reprieve for military family members

Published: Monday | November 18, 2013 – Jamaica Gleaner


The United States has offered a reprieve to illegal Caribbean and other immigrants who are close relatives of active military troops and veterans by allowing them to stay in the country and move towards becoming permanent residents. 295 more words

The Immigration Law Journal

Infosys agrees to record $34 Million U.S. immigration Settlement

By Aaron Smith


The Indian company Infosys has reached a record $34 million settlement with federal prosecutors in Texas, to settle “allegations of systemic visa fraud and abuse of immigration processes.” 255 more words

The Immigration Law Journal

New York Family Unity Project Launches Nation’s First Immigrant Public Defender Challenging Deportations

By Andrea Saenz

This week, for the first time in the United States, detained immigrants who cannot afford attorneys will be provided with counsel through the New York Family Unity Project (NYIFUP). 427 more words

The Immigration Law Journal

Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts Gives Hope to Some Immigrants Facing Deportation

In a landmark decision in September 2013, the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court (SJC) held that the duty of defense counsel to accurately advise noncitizen clients of immigration consequences, as announced in Padilla v. 271 more words

The Immigration Law Journal

U.S. to Stop Deporting Some Young Immigrants: Obama to Permit Young Migrants to Remain

Published: June 15, 2012

Hundreds of thousands of illegal immigrants who came to the United States as children will be allowed to remain in the country without fear of deportation and able to work, under an executive action the Obama administration announced on Friday. 1,259 more words

The Immigration Law Journal

ICE Prosecutorial Discretion Initiative: Latest Figures in TRAC report from Syracuse University

“A special Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) program announced last August to reduce the massive backlog of pending matters by identifying those that could be dismissed or put on hold has resulted in the closure of 2,609 cases, according to government data covering the period up to the end of March. 411 more words

Florida Immigration Attorney

Miami Valedictorian Could Be Deported

March 2, 2012: By Seni Tienabeso @Senijr_ABC and Matt Gutman @mattgutmanABC | ABC News

North Miami High School senior Daniela Palaez has a 6.7 GPA, the valedictory nod from her classmates, a brother in the U.S. 532 more words

Deportation And Removal